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But webinars are usually boring, right?
Well that depends! Webinars can be boring if you are being talked ‘at’ and not asked to actively participant. Thinking Space webinars are different. We cover some theory and then at regular intervals, we stop and check-in, using whiteboards or the chatbox, to find out what participants are thinking. That's usually quite engaging. Depending on group sizes, participant audio is typically muted throughout, to minimize distractions and help focus
How effective are they for learning?
Normal webinars are usually a one-way stream of information. You listen and perhaps type a question at the end. But because you can't connect with other participants, it's harder to learn from them. Thinking Space webinars by contrast, are more two-way. Participants are encouraged to consider how the content applies to them and to share their thoughts or questions with the rest of the group. Webinar content is balanced with thinking and reflection time. It's fun and engaging and can also provide some virtual breathing space, during someone's normal busy week. They are also a great way to support the resilience of your employees, in a personalized, cost effective and eco way.
How are the webinars delivered?
For attendee privacy and platform familiarity, we deliver using your webinar technology. Or we can use our own Zoom platform
What are the webinar sizes?
It depends on the group and the experience you want them to have. 50-300 attendees is large enough to get a good discussion going, but small enough to still get heard. Smaller groups provide an opportunity for more verbal interactions. Sessions for larger audiences are available too
Which webinar do we choose?
You can select any webinar as a one-off delivery. To help change mindsets and behaviours, we suggest a series of 4-6 webinars, delivered over time, which all build upon each other, to form a coherent block of learning. Sessions can be adapted, to better align with your culture, values & corporate initiatives
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